UPDATE: We recently covered a Verizon Fios deal that'll give you a free Xbox Series S when you sign up for an eligible home internet plan. That particular promotion has now been replaced with a identical offer that gives you a free Xbox Series X instead, which is even better. I'm not totally sure how Verizon wins with this update, but it's been a fascinating promo to watch (and consider).
Sign up for the Verizon Fios 1 Gig plan or 5G Home Plus plan and the carrier-turned-internet-provider will give you an Xbox Series X, a $100 Verizon gift card, AND a $200 Amazon gift card for free. That's enough free stuff to complete all of your holiday shopping in one fell swoop, plus you're getting some great home internet with a 5-year price guarantee and no annual contract.
Sick of sluggish Wi-Fi? Sign up for Verizon Fios' 1 Gig plan ($64.99/month) or 5G Home Plus plan ($45/month) and you'll get higher download speeds throughout your home, a five-year price guarantee, and no annual contracts whatsoever.
Perhaps even better than the internet coverage itself, if you sign up for either of these plans before the deal expires you'll get an
Xbox Series S Xbox Series X console, a $100 Verizon gift card, and a $200 Amazon gift card, all for 100% free.
It's probably the most random Christmas deal that I've seen all year, but hey, I'm certainly not complaining. The biggest catch is that it may take Verizon up to six weeks to send you the console — so probably no Christmas delivery — but you'll get the gift cards within 48 hours. This new deal expires on January 3rd, so don't wait too long to make a decision.
More holiday deals — quick links
- Amazon: Up to 50% off smartphones, TVs, and more
- Best Buy: Historic price drops on phones, TVs, tech
- Samsung: Up to $1,000 off TVs, Galaxy S23, Z Fold 5, trade-in offers
- Walmart: Sitewide deals on appliances, games, tech
- Verizon: Up to $1,000 off Samsung, bundle discounts, free phones
- AT&T: Free S23 Plus, Z Flip 5, iPhone 15 with eligible trade-in/new line
- Mint Mobile: $600 off Pixel 7 Pro, plus six months of free wireless
- Lenovo: Up to 77% off PCs, monitors, and more
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After almost a decade of working in the e-commerce space, Patrick Farmer (he/him) began his career at Android Central as a Deals and Commerce Writer before moving into a new role as AC's eCommerce Editor in 2023. When he's not hunting down the best deals and offering shopping advice for our readers, you'll often find him listening to music, camping out at a brewery, or treating his cat like a human child.
Fine print shows the Xbox offer is only good until tomorrow, so act fast before you have time to really think it over to know if it's the right service for you! They will also charge back both it and the gift cards if you cancel within 180 days. So you need to decide if it's worth the risk if you haven't independently decided to sign up, or if you'd be better off buying the Xbox outright.Reply